Look At this screenshot According to this , it is clearly said that Nepali language can be switch to Traditional layout and this is what i wanted but I am unable to do it and find the settings they mentioned. I just choose language to Nepali and default was Romanized layout and i need is traditional. In that website the settings they mentions are using older version of ubuntu which doesn't match for now. I am using ubuntu 16.10 Please Help me to switch to Traditional keyboard layout!

  • Install the ibus-m17n package.
  • Log out and log in again.
  • Open System Settings -> Text Entry, click the + button and select Nepali (trad (m17n) (IBus).
  • Repeat the last step for Nepali (rom (m17n) (IBus)
  • No, same only one result with Nepali. There is no option trad and rom. – Apple Appala Nov 10 '16 at 10:20
  • @AppleAppala: If you open System Settings -> Language Support, is IBus selected as the "Keyboard input method system"? (It ought to be, since it's default in Ubuntu.) – Gunnar Hjalmarsson Nov 10 '16 at 10:29
  • ya, there's IBus selected by Default.. – Apple Appala Nov 10 '16 at 11:33
  • I checked again in Text Entry and I found both as u mentioned. Thank's man !! You kept my day alive! ;) – Apple Appala Nov 10 '16 at 11:35

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